More rain and thunderstorms are expected throughout the rest of today, Monday and Tuesday for the Chattahoochee Valley, according to meteorologists with the National Weather Service.
Muscogee, Harris, Chattahoochee, Russell and Lee counties are all under a tornado watch until 10 p.m. EDT tonight.
In Muscogee and Harris counties, the chance of rain for the rest of today is about 90 percent, said meteorologist Stephen Konarik. There is about a 50 percent chance of rain tonight and through the rest of the week.
About 2.4 inches of rain was reported at the airport as of 2 p.m., with heavier rains further south toward Fort Benning. Konarik said there had also been reports of trees down and people without power late Saturday morning.
There were also reports of trees down in East Alabama.
"There are trees all around the area going down," said meteorologist Jim Stefkovich.
Stefkovich said overnight rainfall was highest south of Interstate 85, with an average of about four to six inches falling in the area.
He said there were about two to four inches of rain north of Interstate 85.
Stefkovich said the threat of tornadoes could persist through midnight tonight, followed by a round of heavy rains Monday and Tuesday. He said storms were expected all day today and the area was supposed to get about four to eight inches of rain Monday and Tuesday.